“Can artificial intelligence follow Jesus better than we can?” That’s the question my friend Wes asked after hearing from Will Penman, a former Princeton professor, about how Christianity and artificial intelligence intersect. The question originated from the idea that AI learned how to play both chess and poker better than human beings good – so naturally, can it also learn how to follow Christ better? While Will advised us not to underestimate what AI could do, I wondered about where or not “better” or “worse,” or any evaluation whatsoever, is how we should approach how we relate to Jesus. I wondered if AI could fall in love better than we can. Can it worship better than us? Can it love better than us? Evaluating any of these as better or worse misses the joy of experiencing any of them. Our communion with God is an end until itself, not a task to be accomplished better or worse than someone else.